under-report

under-report

vb (tr)
to give an insufficient account or report of
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Given the stigma associated with alcohol use in many communities, and the well-known finding that people tend to under-report the consumption of goods and services that may be perceived as socially undesirable, [8-10] it is likely that the prevalence and intensity of drinking is under-reported in surveys.
But according to a Cairo-based western journalist, who did not want to be named, foreign media did not under-report the mosque attack in their coverage.
Information collected for this study, relied largely on the participants' self-reporting who might under-report about their injecting habits of illicit opioids while on OST program and over-report about the socio-occupational improvements.
According to a Kotak Institutional Equities Research report, it would be difficult for smaller entities in manufacturing and services, known to under-report excise duties and service taxes currently, to stay out of the GST chain as the system of credits and debits under GST makes it incumbent on every entity in the GST chain to ensure payment of GST by the entities preceding them in the chain.
Both studies used data from death certificates, which often under-report hepatitis C--the CDC says the actual mortality numbers are likely much higher.
Researchers noted that the total likely underestimates real mortality from hepatitis C, as death certificates often under-report the virus.
Secondly, because banks are asked to produce stress test estimates themselves, direct linking to capital outcomes could encourage banks to under-report losses.
In addition, men appeared to over-report and/or women to under-report intercourse and fellatio, suggesting that men saw these acts as enhancing and/or women see them as diminishing their status.
The NBI found the illegal use of papelitos, as well as the absence of sales terminals which allow operators to under-report their sales.
CDC researchers have admitted it probably undercounts the total because reporting laws vary from state to state and some abortionists may not report or under-report.
Nonspousal proxies, particularly daughters/daughters-in-law and sons/sons-in-law, do not under-report these outcomes as much as self respondents.
Disclosure may create a situation where the retailer may feel pressured to under-report the sales of nicotine and non-nicotine products in fear of retribution.